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Los Angeles Track Grand Prix Results – Canada on the Podium

by pedalmag.com

November 03, 2014 (Los Angeles, CA) – Team Canada’s Joseph Veloce took the win in the men’s Keirin while Monique Sullivan topped the women’s field in the Sprint at the Los Angeles Track Grand Prix this past weekend Nov. 1-2.

Joe Veloce [P] Guy Swarbrick file photo
Canadian riders were on the podium in other competitions as well as Jasmin Glaesser (TIBCO/To The Top) raced to silver in the Women’s Omnium followed by teammate Steph Roorda in 3rd. Veloce also placed second in the men’s Sprint while Sullivan took home the silver in the women’s Keirin. Here are some brief results – more to follow as they become available.

Results

Men’s Keirin

Final 1-6
1. Joseph Veloce (Can) Team Canada

2. Kwesi Brown (Tri) Trinidad & Tobago
3. Jair Tjon En Fa (Sur) Suriname
4. Evan Carey (Can)
5. Edward Horvet (USA)
6. Joel Archambault (Can)

Final 7-12
7. Joakim Albert (Can) Team Canada
8. Conor Klupar (USA)
9. Eric Geier (USA)
10. Thomson Remo (USA)
DNS Mischa Partridge (Can) Team Canada
DNS Nathan Koch (USA)

Women’s Keirin

Final 1-6
1. Melissa Erickson (USA) Momentum Coaching Group
2. Monique Sullivan (Can) Team Canada
3. Dana Feiss (USA)
4. Shelby Walter (USA)
5. Alissa Maglaty (USA) Momentum Coaching Group
DSQ Tara McCormick (USA)

Final 7-12
7. Anissa Cobb (USA)
8. Janelly Prieto (USA)
9. Ivy Audrain (USA)
10. Elisa Arvo (Fin) Finnish National Team
DNS Rushlee Buchanan (NzL) UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team
DNS Colleen Gullick (USA)

Women’s Sprint

Final
1. Monique Sullivan (Can) Team Canada
2. Melissa Erickson (USA) Momentum Coaching Group
3. Dana Feiss (USA)
4. Tara McCormick (USA)
5. Anissa Cobb (USA)
6. Shelby Walter (USA)
7. Janelly Prieto (USA)
8. Alissa Maglaty (USA) Momentum Coaching Group
9. Elisa Arvo (Fin) Finnish National Team

 

Men’s Sprint

1. Jair Tjon En Fa (USA) Suriname
2. Joseph Veloce (Can) Team Canada
3. Jonathan Fraley (USA)
4. Njisane Nicholas Phillip (Tri) Trinidad & Tobago
5. Nathan Koch (USA)
6. Kwesi Brown (Tri) Trinidad & Tobago
7. Joakim Albert (Can) Team Canada
8. Evan Carey (Can)
9. Joel Archambault (Can)
10. Mischa Partridge (Can) Team Canada
11. Edward Horvet (USA)
12. Eric Geier (USA)
13. Conor Klupar (USA)
14. Tony Blazejack (USA)

Women’s Omnium

Final Standings (after 6 events)

1. Sarah Hammer (USA) Performance United-FELT 210 pts
2. Jasmin Glaesser (Can) TIBCO/To The Top 177
3. Stephanie Roorda (Can) Team Canada 174
4. Rushlee Buchanan (Nzl) UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team 160
5. Tela Crane (USA)  152
6. Sofia Arreola (Mex)   147
7. Allison Beveridge (Can) Team Canada 141
8. Catherine Dessureault (Can) Team Canada 115
9. Ariane Bonhomme (Can)   111
10. Lauren Stephens (USA)   108
11. Cari Higgins (USA) 94
12. Kinley Gibson (Can) Team Canada 87
13. Annie Foreman-Mackey (Can)   81
14. Colleen Gulick (USA)   78
15. Kate Wilson (USA)   71
16. Sara Antoinette Ferrara Airas (Fin) Finnish National Team 19
17. Amber Gaffney (USA)   53
18. Ivy Audrain (USA)  16
DNF Meghan Grant (Can) 
DNF Kirsti Lay (Can) Team Canada
DNS Korina Huizar (USA)
DNS Gillian Carleton (Can) Team Canada
DNS Jennifer Valente (USA)
DNS Elizabeth Newell (USA)





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